For the first time in the Keystone State's history, a Father And Son will both compete in boxing contests on the same night, on the same card. This Friday, June 9, Jesse Oltmanns Sr., and Jesse Oltmanns Jr., will both fight in bouts officially sanctioned by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission.

Like father, like son

Although the storyline has unfolded in other regions of the world, never in Pennsylvania state history have a father and son fought on the same night. Boxing legend Julio Cesar Chavez and Julio Cesar Chavez Junior did it in Tijuana, Mexico in 2003.

Shane Mosley and his son, Shane Jr., also did it in 2015, among others throughout the history of one of the world's richest sports.

Pocono Fight Night 3 at the Chateau Resort and Conference Center in Tannersville, Pa., will be headlined by the 41-year old Oltmanns Sr., taking on Martez Williamson. The elder Oltmanns, who is also a former sparring partner of former world champion Larry Holmes, has not competed in a professionally sanctioned boxing contest in 14 years. He currently holds an 11-6 pro record.

Oltmanns Jr. will be taking on one of the area's most polarizing figures in mixed martial arts, Adam Atiyeh. Atiyeh has been competing in the amateur MMA rankings since 2011. The most accurate online listing for Atiyeh shows his MMA record as 13-8.

Oltmanns Jr. holds an 11-2 amateur boxing record. Despite not having as many boxing bouts under his belt as his opponent, Atiyeh is no stranger to stand up competition and fights.

Oltmanns Jr. is also the current Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic District Golden Gloves Champion.

Stars come out for fights

Fight promoter A.J. Hiller of MMA Signatures promotions promises that Pocono Fight Night 3 will be one of the biggest boxing events to be held in the Poconos.

The fight card will also feature a contest where former professional football player Mike Bamiro will throw on the 16-ounce gloves and compete on the night.

While Hiller won't officially name some of the other very important persons that will be attending Friday night's fights, the promoter promises that celebrities will fill the Chateau's ballroom.

Doors for the event at the Chateau will open up at 6 p.m. on June 9. Weigh-ins will begin at 3:30 p.m. at the Chateau Resort. The first fight is at 7:00 p.m. There are currently 12 fights scheduled for the event, which will include both amateur and professional fights.